roseycheeks
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Morning glories budding

I have some morning glories budding and blooming. I have had 2 purple ones bloom and the one that is budding now looks like it is going to be red or pink, it is funny though, I did not plant any pink last year or this year, I only planted heavenly blue this year but some of the ones I planted last year came back and in some interesting places. The heavenly blue ones are really climbing the lattice and I thought I would show you the one that is getting ready to bloom maybe tomorrow.Image

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Re: Morning glories budding

Yup, watch out for morning glory. "Freely self -seeds." It is basically the hybridized, domesticated version of bindweed, a nasty weed that takes over people's yards.
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roseycheeks
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Re: Morning glories budding

Can anyone tell me why these buds look so strange? They are on a morning glory vine but I have never seen this kind of bud before.Image

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Re: Morning glories budding

Look what I found when I looked outside this morning! :-() Image It is my first heavenly blue morning glory!!!

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